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Rudy Fernandez: how much are you willing to give up for him?

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Rudy Fernandez: how much are you willing to give up for him?

He complains about his playing time and when he gets to start he does nothing to help the team in the playoffs. If the Blazers decided to trade him on draft night or something how much would your team give up for him if you actually want this guy?


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probably around pick 18-22.

probably around pick 18-22.

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I agree with delfam 18-22

I agree with delfam 18-22 sounds about right. I would probably give up a 1st round pick more in the 22-26 range.

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i know he hasnt been playing

i know he hasnt been playing too good but if rudy does get traded and given an oppertunity to start i think he has a chance to become a star. he needs to get his confidence back i remember his rookie year when he wouldnt hesitate to shoot a 3 and he set the rookie record. he is a lights out shooter most the time and he surprisingly athletic.. sort of has a bounce in his step. as much as a like rudy the minutes hes looking for just wont be there unless roy gets injured

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An expiring contract

An expiring contract

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Not a thing. He is good

Not a thing. He is good enough to be in the NBA, not good enough to be demanding. A team that will play him the kind of minutes he wants is not going to be that good. Those minutes are readily available in Spain. The guy is a glorified Anthony Parker and should be treated as such. The teams who he could help by spreading the floor and playing decent defense won't be interested. Cleveland won't give Portland anyone. LA has no tradeable assets. Boston?

How long before one of the Knicks fans chime in?

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Considering what the Knicks

Considering what the Knicks have (no 1st round picks) there is really nothing we have besides Lee that the Blazers are interested in. I would not trade away David Lee for Rudy, so no he is not worth.

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as a mavs fan I think It

as a mavs fan I think It would be ok to give Marion for him,do Portland want him?I don't know

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